Employment law advice: Peninsula's expert guidance
Every business will be in desperate need of sound, honest employment law advice from time to time. But why wait until it's urgent? Businesses pay premium rates for ad hoc advice, while neglecting to seek professional help could mean you break the law and require costly employment tribunal representation.
When you sign up to become a Peninsula client, you can contact our advisors 24/7. You'll also be provided with a library of information on legislation and advice, but if you need extra guidance or clarification our specialists will be more than happy to oblige. Whether you want to ring the legal advice helpline, browse our A-Z employment law advice guide for the appropriate instructions, email us or request a bespoke training session, employers advice can be provided in whichever form you feel is most useful.
On a more practical level, we can draw up bespoke employment documentation, provide you with software to facilitate HR duties, or visit you on site to ensure your health & safety policy is up to scratch. Of course, if you still end up at employment tribunal, our employment law advice is insured to cover costs incurred and any awards to pay. It really is a full package, with the ultimate aim of protecting your business and reducing your costs.
What kind of employment law advice can Peninsula provide?
When you consult Peninsula's employment law specialists, you can rest assured that their advice is backed up by years of real-life experience. Furthermore, the sheer number of people working for Peninsula ensures we've always got the knowledge, somewhere within our ranks, for whatever dilemma you're facing. Topics include, but are not limited to:
- Working conditions: Hours, holidays, bullying or discrimination
- HR: Absence management, HR software, health & safety, discipline and performance management
- Finances: Sick pay, holiday pay, national minimum wage or pensions
- End of employment: TUPE regulations, redundancy, retirement and dismissal
Advice for employers on other matters
As part of our drive to lower costs for your business, we're offering clients an Employee Assistance Programme. Stress accounts for a large proportion of sick leave, while personal problems can lead to a drop in productivity as employees are distracted. By assessing your staff for work related stress, offering them advice helplines and counselling sessions, you could minimise distractions, reduce time off, and consequently drive down costs.